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I was installing CCux Linux on /dev/hda10. For some reason I couldn't get it to work, so I deleted the partition again, went to reinstall, still wouldn't work. Deleted the ...
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    I was installing CCux Linux on /dev/hda10.
    For some reason I couldn't get it to work, so I deleted the partition again, went to reinstall, still wouldn't work.
    Deleted the partition again, 000ps, I left hda1 highlighted.

    Guess what is gone.

    I have been thinking about installing Linux over that partition for awhile, and getting completely free of Windows. Now I am.
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    Oh.. well, you are free now, think positive! hehe.

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    Don't look back man!! When I started, i was trying to dual boot with suse. Being the newb I am, I messed it up somehow and neither would boot. I decided to hose the hard drive, throw in my suse disc and leave windows behind!
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    tp671 wrote:
    Don't look back man!!
    That is exactly what I am going to do.

    I haven't booted into Windows for alomost a month except if i needed to look up something in Windows Help so I could find information to help somebody on here.
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    I had a dual boot system and then one day, after not booting windows in a month or so, it would no longer boot. It threw some error about ntldr at me and I never looked back. Now, 8 months later, I still have to figure out what to do with the 73G scsi drive windows was squatting on. Big fat home directories maybe?

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    Sounds like a Torlavdian slip to me......


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